Like a barbershop newly opened from lockdown, vacation properties are experiencing a surge of bookings. But instead of a week or two on the beach, people are looking for a month or more.
Interest in financial therapy rose after the 2008 recession, as Americans confronted their fears about money. The field has become relevant again, professionals say.
It will drop to 2.75 percent for new loans for undergraduates. That’s a “silver lining” of the current economic turmoil, an advocate said.
Resources for people in forbearance or struggling to make their payments.
Borrowers with privately held mortgages don’t have the same options as those with government-backed loans. Some are being told they can skip payments, if they make them up all at once.
Advisers say taxpayers facing residency questions because of quarantine orders need to keep detailed records to explain where they lived, for how long and why.
When you borrow, low interest rates are fabulous. But if you need to live on your savings, you will be receiving far less income.
That’s an improvement over the normal once-a-year limit. While it won’t fix potential credit woes, it can be a helpful tool to stay on top of your finances.
After-school programs are closed. Day care centers are shut down. Summer camp might not happen. If you’re stuck with money you can’t use, you’ll lose it.
Many newly unemployed Americans may have to dip into retirement funds to cover expenses. Even if you don’t, you have some decisions to make.
Courts are closed or operating on a limited basis, complicating efforts to end a marriage or renegotiate spousal support.
A new study says the lawsuits were already the most common civil cases in many states. Now, even more people are in financial trouble.
Tens of millions of people have already received their payments, but if you haven’t, these are the things you should check on.
Nonprofit groups led by black and Latino directors lag behind peers with white leaders, but two leading philanthropic organizations hope to change that.
Americans without retirement savings are increasingly moving in with their millennial children.
Educators at schools from Brown to Northern Arizona know the experience is lacking. So why won’t they give some money back?
There’s a reason we are deliberately pounding the topic of travel refunds into the ground: It’s a big deal and there’s lots of confusion and contradictory information out there.
Insurance plans with H.S.A.s may also cover coronavirus testing while keeping the tax perks.
Rules and store technology can impede Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program recipients, but a pilot effort to expand access is picking up speed.
It’s an admissions season unlike any other, with uncertainty for students and their families — and the colleges that want to get them in the door.